The Beach Boys Tickets

AUG 17
The Beach Boys & Hanson
des moines, IA - Iowa State Fair

AUG 22
The Beach Boys
highland park, IL - Ravinia Pavilion

APR 11
The Beach Boys
rama, ON - Casino Rama Entertainment Centre

JUL 30
The Beach Boys & America - The Band
saint charles, MO - Family Arena

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About The Beach Boys

The brothers Wilson – Brian, Carl, and Dennis – grew up in Southern California basking in the sunshine and beach culture. It was only natural to dub their band, which also included their cousin Mike Love and high school friend Al Jardine, the Beach Boys and emerge with “Surfin'” as their debut cut in 1961 which landed them a deal with Capitol Records.

Five-part harmonies became the band's stock and trade, and no one did it better. Jardine, though, headed off to college with another friend, David Marks, stepping in. Surfin' Safari dropped in 1962 as their first album, its title track cracking the Top 20 and setting off a surf rock tidal wave.

The Beach Boys rode that wave with 1963's Surfin' U.S.A. The set broke into the Top 10 and Jardine came back into the fold. Soon enough, Brian was helming the studio projects and guiding the band into more substantial artistic waters with their third outing, Surfer Girl. "I Get Around" hit number one, as did 1964's Beach Boys Concert album.

Having been on the road pretty consistently for both domestic and international tours, Brian grew weary of touring and turned his attention exclusively to the studio. Bruce Johnston took over his spot on the road leaving the mad musical scientist alone in his laboratory. Brian crafted and prepped studio tracks employing session players on top of which the other guys would throw down harmonies.

This became the model for albums like The Beach Boys Today!, Summer Days (And Summer Nights!!), and Beach Boys' Party in '65. Another number one single in "Help Me, Rhonda" came the same year, as did the iconic "California Girls” and "Barbara Ann."

At the end of the same year came Rubber Soul from The Beatles. An astounded Brian responded with Pet Sounds in 1966. The effort still stands as one of the highest marks in pop music, despite American fans not readily jumping on the bandwagon. Brits, though, got it and pushed the Beach Boys ahead of the Beatles in that year's polls.

"Good Vibrations" was the next thing we heard from the Beach Boys. After six months of production, the single topped the charts in late '66. Then, Brian recruited Van Dyke Parks as his new collaborator for SMiLE in '67. However, Brian's drug use began to drive a wedge between him and his bandmates. SMiLE never quite made it, being reworked into Smiley Smile.

The Beach Boys failed to keep pace with the Beatles' move into psychedelia and, thus, failed to keep their legions of fans enthralled. The next releases – Wild Honey, Friends, and 20/20 – didn't fare well at all and Capitol dropped them.

Moving to Reprise Records, the Beach Boys issued Sunflower in 1970 and attempted to reclaim their harmonic resonance, as did Surf's Up the following year. With Carl and the Passions: So Tough, that sound was all but abandoned. By this point, Brian was basically a recluse with questionable mental capacity leaving him on the outside looking in, in most cases.

Recorded in Amsterdam, 1973's Holland was greeted with disdain leading the band to stop making records. Instead, they just toured, honing their live act into a nostalgic experience. The result was evidenced on The Beach Boys in Concert.

Endless Summer, a greatest hits collection, emerged in 1974 and went to number one. A second retrospective, Spirit of America, solidified a new generation of love for the Beach Boys and the guys headed into the studio to make a new record, 15 Big Ones.

For The Beach Boys Love You in 1977, Brian found his footing once again and was able to pull together their strongest effort in years. That was followed by M.I.U. In 1979 and a deal with CBS.

Brian couldn't keep the fire burning for the subsequent sets, L.A. (Light Album) and Keepin' the Summer Alive. And, so, the Beach Boys started falling apart as Dennis and Carl set off on solo journeys. Brian, too, was out.

After Dennis drowned in 1983, the Beach Boys started moving back toward each other resulting in their eponymous 1985 album. Despite Brian's improved health, he was now under the controversial spell of Dr. Eugene Landy.

When “Kokomo” topped the charts, the Still Cruisin' collection was released. It was around this time that lawsuits started flying between various members and Brian. Through it all, the Beach Boys toured. And then they made Stars and Stripes, Vol. 1 with a slew of country music artists.

That was followed by the documentary about Brian, I Just Wasn't Made for These Times, and its soundtrack that found Brian reworking classic Beach Boys hits. In 1998, Carl died of cancer and the splintering continued. Brian was touring behind his solo projects, Mike Love led the “official” Beach Boys, and Al Jardine was fronting the “Beach Boys Family” (later named the Endless Summer Band) tour.

Finally, in 2006, they all came together on the 40th anniversary of Pet Sounds. Five years later, they reunited again with plans for a 2012 tour and album. On board were Brian Wilson, Mike Love, Al Jardine, Bruce Johnston and David Marks.

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